Don't Forget Me, Little Darling (I)

DESCRIPTION: Lost love song recognized mostly by the title line. As one lover departs, the other notes that "you may meet with many changes... But remember, little darling, you are ever in my dreams." The singer says (she) will be true
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1920 (Brown)
KEYWORDS: love separation floatingverses
REFERENCES (4 citations):
Randolph 733, "Don't Forget Me, Little Darling" (4 texts, 2 tunes, with the "D" text belonging here; "A" and "B" are "Greenback Dollar" and "C" probably composite)
Arnold-FolkSongsofAlabama, p. 47, "Don't Forget Me, Little Darling" (1 text, 1 tune)
Brown/Belden/Hudson-FrankCBrownCollectionNCFolklore2 163, "Don't Forget Me, Little Darling" (1 text)
Brown/Schinhan-FrankCBrownCollectionNCFolklore4 163, "Don't Forget Me, Little Darling" (1 excerpt, 1 tune)

The Carter Family, "Don't Forget Me Little Darling" (ARC 60-01-59/Conqueror 8636/Vocalion 04390/OKeh 04390/Columbia 20235, Columbia 37636, 1935)
Tom Darby & Jimmie Tarlton, "Little Bessie" (Columbia 15492-D, 1929) [this song, despite the title)

cf. "Greenback Dollar" (plot, floating lyrics)
cf. "Maple on the Hill" (floating lyrics)
File: BrII163

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